They are not part of The Movement™. They are not affiliated with The Movement. And they are not working with leaders who identify as The Movement. They did not mobilize The Movement, organize or brand it. The Movement was the organized brand created for the Millennial Revolution of 2014. Four months prior to the Ferguson uprising that popularized and sparked the revolution. Both focused on the same goal of an American Revolution (Ferguson, not BLM).
The Movement and Black Lives Matter
Founded in the wake of the Trayvon Martin tragedy in 2012, Black Lives Matter was formed as an anti-black racism non-profit, not an organization focused on police corruption, or the other goals of The Movement. In contrast, The Movement was started by multiple races, from both sides of the political spectrum, in April of 2014 via our media platform and social media. For the 1st time, our generation had a high traffic platform highlighting our issues, our causes, and news we were concerned about. The Movement aimed to take back control of our media via a grassroots revolution and break our country away from our current two party system. We intended to not only raise awareness, but to help solve the issues facing our generation. We wanted to facilitate real progress and unity in this country through our media presence.
We began reaching out locally, as well as branding nationally and internationally to gain support for our causes. Before August of 2014, we had over 300,000 users on our website, and 17,000 unique visitors a month consistently. Black Lives Matter was the COINTEL group of The Movement™. Paid protesters and establishment agents with completely different agendas than the grassroots activists and orgs. Their re-branding of everything related grassroots, made possible due to media slander and agent "activists", allowed them to re-brand everything via media, in order to solicit funds and control the narrative. There was no Black Lives Matter movement prior to Ferguson. Patrisse Culors, a Black Lives Matter founder later claimed "We didn't start a movement. We started a network," after being pressured via social media to tell the truth about their origins. None of the founders are Millennials which would have disqualified them from leading 'the movement' in its early stages. The initial guidelines of The Movement were that each community/org/activist starts and controls their own movement, we simply use the slogan to show solidarity.
Black Lives Matter did not start the protest movement in Ferguson in any way shape or form. The protest movement in Ferguson was started by Ferguson residents. Everyday citizens who rallied for justice for Michael Brown Jr. The Founders of the Movement, and in effect the real movement for black lives, did not protest for national recognition, fame, or a money. They were not paid. Quite the opposite. They did not start with huge grants or a weekly salary. They risked their lives and livelihood for a cause they felt was just. Many are still suffering from the effects. Throughout 'the movement' (lower case to encompass all movements seeking revolution), leaders from The Movement and Ferguson Movement have coordinated efforts to raise awareness, problem solve, and hold our government accountable. These activists are the real inspiration for the black lives matter 'movement,' and continue to fight fearlessly for the liberation of Americans. The leaders of the various Ferguson movements are best fit to tell their own story of what transpired on August 9th, 2014 until now.
The Movement in the Media
For those outside of The Movement, or who may be new to revolutions, there are reasons why we navigate the media realm the way that we do. This is an active revolution. There is always strategy behind each move. There will be counter movements made just by releasing this information. There was strategic counter-intelligence used against our business and mobilizing efforts. Including Deray McKesson, and other Black Lives Matter leaders using 'The Movement' in articles and interviews in an attempt to latch on to the grassroots movement taking place. Black Lives Matter leaders are responsible for much of this counter intelligence as they attempted to infiltrate and coup what our company and others started. They've attempted to identify as The Movement, Deray McKesson even going so far as to branding their non-profit as a 'movement' after being denied entry into the original Movement.
Black Lives Matter has actively, and intentionally tried to infiltrate and co-opt grassroots movements they did not start. Including the Ferguson Movement, and other local grassroots uprisings across the country. Most people active in the movement do not identify with the Black Lives Matter organization or network.
As far as the Black Lives Matter scandal, its impact, and why it is so important to the American public, this article does not scratch the surface. It is simply a first step in drawing the line between a completely grassroots, organic movement by the people, and an establishment funded, COINTEL effort by the non-profit industrial complex, media, and the Democratic Party. Everything from our current elections, to public analysis, to strategy has been affected.
In future articles we will detail exactly how Black Lives Matter rose to prominence, what they attempted to infiltrate and co-opt, and how it has affected everything from business to politics to activism as a result. To start the conversation, and clear up any issues with credibility or accuracy, we will focus on some of their leadership so that no new victims are created, and so activists and orgs can continue their work without being sabotaged by one of the largest COINTEL operations in recent history.
A Few Culprits for Reference
Deray McKesson is a paid plant. A COINTEL agent. A paid shill, thief, and con artist using the movement against police corruption as a launching pad for special interests, some who are not sympathetic to the cause. He is not a victim. McKesson has criticized and ridiculed victims, and has no hand in starting The Movement, or things in Ferguson.
He was notified early in his days Ferguson that he was not part of The Movement and not authorized to speak on behalf of the movement. Even after being notified, he attempted to merge two brands that he did not create. The Movement and Black Lives Matter. In the process erasing Ferguson's Movement, and its inspiration for the black liberation movement.
In the DNC wikileaks, he was mentioned as being monitored and vetted by the DNC. And issued '60k.' They have followed our hashtags, content, and various activist representing The Movement or Ferguson for content, inspiration, and ideas. McKesson claimed to represent The Movement after simply showing up to Ferguson a week after their protests had started, 4 months after the launch of The Movement.
Original Ferguson activists have been actively calling him out for 2 years. Including an epic moment when slain activist, Darren Seals, slapped Deray McKesson for stealing from the Ferguson community and movement. Seals was assassinated in the process of exposing McKesson's and Black Lives Matter's corruption. He was a major leader in Ferguson and for the movement nationwide.
The 3 founders of Black Lives Matter are not part of The Movement. They did not start The Movement. They did not start the protests in Ferguson, or in other cities as they sprang up in response to Ferguson's rallying cry. They simply co-opted them, and re-branded them. In addition, none of the women are Millennials which was a principle to taking a leadership role in the movement early on.
The movement did not start as a 'corporate' movement. There was no George Soros money involved, our outside interest money used in funding The Movement. This started online as a completely grassroots collective of Millennials. In a Movement designed to promote the various Movements, brands and activists, Black Lives Matter was responsible for re-branding all of the content and protests as Black Lives Matter, cutting funding opportunities for the grassroots and youth. None of the founders, to our knowledge, are victims of police corruption and have shown they are not experts on the issue.
This article is the 1st of many. Most to be released post launch of the Official Taking Back the Radio website. A lot of work has been lost or erased. The energy that started the revolution, the movement, as it has been branded, can't be experienced as it was in real time.
Some activist who started out on this journey, are no longer able to tell their story. For those truly fighting for this country, it has not come without real consequences. While we can't release everything yet, we can provide a glimpse into the COINTEL investigation of Black Lives Matter. For now we encourage everyone to investigate on their own, gather a better understanding of what really took place, and to think about its impact on the communities and people affected. The best way to help the real revolution is to spread awareness, however that might be.